Online Worship, March 29, 2020

Cahaba Springs Members and Friends, as we continue to shelter in place, our March 29 Lenten worship is live-streamed at 11 through Facebook. Please click or tap here at 11 to worship together. Pastor McLeod's message is entitled The Valley of Dry Bones, based on Ezekiel 37 and John 11. This week's readings, music, and order of worship are available by clicking here. You can access all our recent worship services through our Facebook account.

This evening's (March 25) Bible study on the book of John is conducted via Zoom. To access through your Zoom App, click or tap here. If this doesn't work, paste https://zoom.us/j/6268240711 into your browser's URL. Our Thursdays Together activity remains suspended, but a limited supply of the book, Why Religion Matters, by Huston Smith, is available for $5.50. Our office remains open and you can get up-to-date congregational information through Yvonne at 205-655-0460. You can drop by, observing our current "social distancing" considerations. While there, check out the Genesis Gallery and drop off your tithe. You may also mail your contribution to Cahaba Springs Church, 6110 Deerfoot Parkway, Trussville 35173. Watch for additional emails and access our web site, CSPChurch.org for up-to-date information. Please continue to keep our church and church family in your prayers.

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